Tuesday Mar 4
Bangor Daily News
Maine-Maritime connection explored by Bangor folk rock band the Galley Rats
The connection between Maine and Canada's Maritime provinces goes far beyond the busloads of folks from New Brunswick who come to Bangor to shop.
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Mon Mar 03, 2014
Historian speaks at Jefferds' Tavern
The program is one in a series sponsored by the Museums of Old York. Called the Soup Series, the night features a speaker on a historical topic, followed by a simple dinner of soup and bread.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
York County Coast Star calendar of events
The Art Guild of the Kennebunks will hold its annual jury opportunity for area artists on Saturday, April 12. This is the only opportunity this year for artists to be admitted into the AGK.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
No law broken at resort where 7 sickened by carbon monoxide
An Ogunquit resort where 21 guests were treated for carbon monoxide poisoning Sunday did not have carbon monoxide detectors, but was not in violation of Maine law, a state official said Monday.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Rosa Marie Dickson
She was born March 3, 1931, in Los Angeles, Calif., the eldest daughter of the late Ralph Franco and Ann Flores.
Town asks court to reconsider Goose Rocks case
In a motion asking the state Supreme Judicial Court to reconsider its ruling vacating the public right to Goose Rocks Beach, the town of Kennebunkport argues that court's decision makes the law regarding public access on Maine beaches unclear.
Volunteer coordinator starts new role in Wells
There are over 400 people who volunteer their time and energy each year to help the town of Wells.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Wells teen charged after allegedly sending out...
Police issued a summons to a Wells High School student last week after he sent "sexual" emails from the account of a schoolmate without her knowledge, Lt.
Secure beach rights now and#8212; before it's too late
In the days following the Maine Supreme Judicial Court's decision to overturn a ruling allowing public access to Kennebunkport's Goose Rocks Beach, there has been much discussion about what the decision will do to Goose Rocks Beach itself, as well as the potentially dampening effect the ruling would have on the town of York's plan to fight for ... (more)
Mon Feb 17, 2014
York selectman urges town to buy beach
The recent state Supreme Court decision in the Goose Rocks Beach case affects not only the Cliff Walk, but all of York's beaches, according to Board of Selectmen Chairman Ron Nowell.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Wells selectmen vote down lodging fee increases
More than 25 people came to the Board of Selectmen meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 4 to weigh in on a proposed increase in lodging license fees.
Expert says Wells has grounds to appeal FEMA maps
A consultant's analysis of FEMA's preliminary flood maps commissioned by the town of Wells suggests the town has a basis to challenge the maps, particularly as they pertain to areas in the marsh and estuary.
Thu Feb 06, 2014
Frances H. Fenderson
She was born Jan. 26, 1934, in Kennebunk, to the late Jennie and Clifford Matthews and she attended Wells public schools.
Robert L. Littlefield
Robert L. "Bob" Littlefield, 95, longtime resident and active member of Wells town government, died Friday, Jan. 31, 2014, at Bradford Court of Huntington Common in Kennebunk after a period of failing health.
Wed Feb 05, 2014
FEMA maps cause flood of concern
Area towns continued their review and analysis of the proposed FEMA flood plain maps this week, as the time for appeals draws near, beginning as early as March 1. The process has drawn the interest of the state's Congressional delegation as well, as legislators have called on FEMA to consider additional data in making their final determinations.